WITH the elasticity of youth the boys slept away their fatigue during the night, but woke up the next morning ravenously hungry.
He invested a nickel in peanuts, and the pair devoured them ravenously.
At first they “sported” ravenously, rising quick and sure to any insect their marvellous vision might discern.
As long as the men were in sight she focused her gaze on them ravenously.
I had seen many a man eating in my time, but never saw I one who ate so ravenously.
He tore at the piece of "Barrett's" which I handed him, as ravenously as a wild beast.
Both were very wet, very cold, ravenously hungry, and rather poorly clad.
I was ravenously hungry, and asked Ingram whether they intended to starve us.
They shook themselves and started on again, considerably refreshed, but ravenously hungry.
He had had nothing to eat since the preceding noonday, and was ravenously hungry.
late 14c., "obsessed with plundering, extremely greedy," from Old French ravinos, of people, "rapacious, violent," of water, "swift-flowing," from raviner "to seize," from ravine "violent rush, robbery" (see ravine). Meaning "voracious, very hungry" is from early 15c. Related: Ravenously; ravenousness.